Dub Taylor currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Dub Taylor Consulting in Augusta, Georgia. In this role, he is responsible for planning, directing and managing all aspects of the company’s sales initiatives and partnering with clients in order to interpret their immediate needs and provide viable avenues to effectuate their concerns. Over the past three years Dub has spent an average of 150 nights per year traveling across the United States and Europe offering consulting services to various clients.
Prior to starting Dub Taylor Consulting, Taylor built and managed a team of sales and recruitment executives designed to provide superior levels of service to several vendors across the greater Atlanta, Georgia market. He specifically focused his efforts in the areas of sales and revenue growth, comprehensive market strategy and the sustainable delivery of new business acquisitions.
Taylor has spent the past twenty plus years of his life serving the people of the states of Alabama, Georgia, New York, Tennessee and the Carolinas. He first debuted onto the supervisory scene while serving as the Regional Sales Director with Aramark Uniform Services in 2003. In this role, Taylor led a team of 1000+ sales and marketing professionals and was identified as the primary lead on several committees which provided input on new procedures and policies designed to enhance the effectiveness of sales and customer interaction techniques used when meeting potential clients and business leaders.
Taylor currently possesses a Bachelor of Art in History from Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, AL, an Executive MBA from the Jack Welch Management Institute in New York, NY and is presently pursuing his Business Doctorate (DBA) from Walden University in Minneapolis, MN. Over the course of his distinguished career he has attended, facilitated and designed several trainings on the art of Reaching Peak Performance Fast for new and seasoned business leaders.
He presently maintains his memberships with The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. (Augusta Chapter) and volunteers for various non-profit organizations such as The Southern Christian Leadership Coalition, The Susan G. Komen – Race for the Cure, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation and American Heart Association. He works with several other children’s advocacy programs within the city of Augusta and is an active member ofthe historic Shiloh Baptist Church. He is also an active member of his neighborhood association where he is involved with improving and enriching his community through organized clean-up and revitalization efforts.